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>> new this morning, a car crash leads to fiery scene in northeast philadelphia. we'll have more on this accident, that's now left one person dead. also, an update on a water main mess. a busy shopping center flooded, and it is not the first time this has happened here. >> plus, after days on strike, the latest on an injunction to end the septa work stoppage. >> today is saturday, november the fifth, good morning, i'm jan carabeo, just gorgeous fall day on tap today. and real a great weekends overall. let's get right over to meteorologist, justin drabick with eyewitness weather, justin, maybe some good days for leaf peeping? >> perfect weather. the past couple of weeks we had crazy temperatures all over the place up and down, now settling into typical fall pattern at least for the next seven days. temperature should be 06 degrees, lever peeping, yes, seeing peak fall foliage around philadelphia, already at peak or past peak up into the lehigh valley and poke next, some leaves starting to drop. but classic early november
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conditions get outside, take it in, enjoy t little cold this morning compared to yesterday morning, 20 degrees cold nerve some spots, near freezing in some locations quiet in center city at the airport, 41 degrees, light breeze out of the west, 3 miles per hour, so that's good news, the winds really calmed down, no harsh windchills this morning, actual air temperatures low 30's, up in allentown, reading, 31 this hour in millville, dover, delaware, you guys waking to up 41 degrees this hour. then you get toward the suburbs around philadelphia, some cold spots, willow grove checking in at 35. the winds, literally 10 miles per hour or less through the morning hours, that will be the trends into the afternoon. storm scan3, nice and quiet right now, stays like that throughout the afternoon, throughout the rest of the weekend, really over the next five days or so. nice dry pattern shaping up. on our way up to six off degrees for the high today, around philadelphia and the shore, in the sunshine, little cooler up in the poconos, highs 54 degrees. and for tonight, we got the extra hour of sleep as daylight saving time comes to
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an end. 2:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, turn the clocks back one hour. sunset tomorrow night, coming in early at 4:52, talk about the seven day forecast, what to expect, and when i show you in a few more minutes, back to you. >> thank you, justin, looking forward to the extra rest. new this morning, two cars collide in northeast philadelphia killing one person and sending two other to the hospital. now, the call came in around 2:00 this morning, for an accident on the 1600 block of grant avenue. police say the impact of the accident sent one of those cars crashing into a pole. >> that vehicle we believe was involved in a auto accident, with a second vehicle, then it struck a light pole in the parking lot. than light pole was broken, causing downed wires, and live wires. >> now, two people in the other car are in stable condition. the cause of the crash is under investigation. what a mess and what a clean up. a water main break flooded a shopping center in philadelphia's east falls neighborhood, filling millions -- spilling millions of gallons of water, main off,
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clean up underway, not before the brake ruined cars, damaged businesses, and angered customers. "eyewitness news" reporter, anita oh, live at the scene thereto show us the scene from the ground. how is it looking, anita? >> reporter: well, jan, good morning, no where near as bad certainly as it looks, yesterday, take a look behind me, you can see, there are still some pools of water here in front of the stores, and part of this parking lot, still blocked off. but it has recede add lot since yesterday. still, many customers are frustrated that this is the third water main break here in the past three years. it is more than 100 years old. >> they need to fix it. fix it right. >> on friday, 48-inch water main underneath the baker center in east falls burst open again, flooding the parking lot with 6 million-gallon of water. >> putting a band aid on the problem, not fixing the problem. >> as cars went under, crews went to work. >> but more frustrating than damage, customers say, is the
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fact that this is the third water main break here in three years. before friday, a main burst in 2014, and most recently again in june 2015. >> i understand that. i'm one of those. we all are. but, you know, i feel terrible. >> water department commissioner debra mccarthy says there is a plan to completely replace the main. >> we've increased our capitol funding to replace from about 20, what we've been averaging, up to 40 miles a main a year. >> again, this is the scene out here this morning. still, no where near as bad as it was yesterday. much of this water has receded, but, fixing that brake will not be easy, fast, or cheap, officials estimate it will likely cost millions of dollars. at this point there is no word on when that work is scheduled to begin, but the main is off now, clean up is underway, and we will continue throughout the morning. live in east falls, anita oh, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> great, thank you will,
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anita. septa is awaiting a judge's ruling this morning, on whether it can force striking union workers to go back on the job. "eyewitness news" reporter natasha brown explains why the transit agency is now taking legal action. >> still, no deal, and no injunction on day four of the septa strike. a judge did not ends the strike today, involving about 4700 members of the transport workers union local 234. septa went to court friday evening, in a emergency attempt to force employees back to work. saying, the strike presents a clear, and present danger to the health and safety of riders. but the judge said there was a lack of evidence to back up that claim, and did not order an immediate injunction at this point. >> job number one, to settle the strike. but as importantly, is our passengers. and we're not going to lie down, why we can't resolve this strike, and just watch our passengers suffer. >> we recognize that strikes are an inconvenience, but that's not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant an injunction against striking employees. >> twu workers walked off the
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job at 12:01 tuesday morning, shutting down buses, trolleys, subways, services that provide as many as 9,900,000 rides a day. at issue, pension, healthcare, work rules. in a city where septa's records show 68% of families don't own a car, they argue, there is a dire need for mass transportation. also, arguing, that with the presidential election looming, voters need to be able to get to the polls. >> i don't think it will interfere. i think that people who are going to come out to vote will come out to vote. >> natasha brown, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> well the end of the campaign trail is now in site. we are now just three days away from election day, and the candidates focusing on must win pennsylvania, hillary clinton bridges some star power with her to philadelphia. she'll appear with singer katy perry at the man center tonight. last night another singer was in town to get out the vote.
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>> ♪ >> legendary singer steve i wonder held a get out the vote performance, in support of hillary clinton at dakota philadelphia in rittenhouse square. clinton was also in the keystone state on friday. she was joined by outspoken nba owner mark cuban in pittsburgh. the democratic nominee stayed on the attack against republican rival. she argued trump's temperament dis call him from the job. in clinton made her closing argument to voters and supporters undecided. >> when your children or grandchildren ask what you did in 2016, when everything was on the line, i want you to be able to say: i voted for a better, stronger, fairer america. (cheers). >> an america where we build bridges, not walls. >> clinton will also campaign
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in florida today. meantime, donald trump rallied supporters in hershey, according to the latest pole. the republican nominee is gaining on rival hillary clinton. trump made his closing argument to supporters and undecided. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote, and can you believe this, with just four days away, you will get the change you have been waiting for for your entire lifetime. >> trump will campaign in the battlegrounds state of florida, never add, a colorado, and north carolina today. >> two new jersey officials were found guilty on all charges in the bridgegate trial. bridget kelly and bill barone face up to two years in prison. the former aides to governor chris christie were accused of plotting to create traffic jams on the george washington bridge, in 2013. david wildstein also a former christie aid admitted to
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organizing the track jams in order to punish fort lee's may. christie says, the verda firmed his decision to terminate barone and kelly. >> jerry sandusky back in a central pennsylvania courtroom friday, seeking a new trial, as "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos tells us. attorneys for sandusky are alleging prosecution misconduct, and has to do with victim number two. >> no response from victim number two, the now 29 year old former marine who says jerry sandusky sexually assaulted him in a penn state shower in 2001. >> he was drag here. if he never has to talk about this again, that's what woe like. >> victim number two spent about an hour answering questions from sandusky's current attorney al lindsey whose questions folks dollars on why his original statements back to police in 2011 stated he was never abused by his former mentor and why that story changed after hiring an attorney. >> it is incredibly common for victims of sexual violence to not be forthcoming initially,
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sometimes it takes them months, years, weeks, do you have understand in this case there was so much pressure on this young man, there were so many things going on, and jerry was not incarcerated at that time. >> during the 2011 trial prosecutor said victim number two not only to god and sandusky defense team says the state new who that person was but didn't trust his testimony. if that is true, that could be considered prosecutorial misconduct, and sandusky could receive a new trial you. >> recall the testimony from the commonwealth, they denied that he was victim number two. >> the judge will now decide whether to grant the 72 year old's motion for post conviction relief. now, judge says he wants the motion on his des interesting both sides of this case by next week. no word on when a final decision will be made. reporting here, greg argos, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> well, autumn's falling leaves can be a real headache for homeowners. up next: some ways to make it
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a bit easier to clean up. also ahead sad news for the nypd a sergeant is shot dead and another sergeant clinics to life in the hospital. we'll have more on the ex-con who opened fire on them, in the bronx. >> and a conclusion after wild chase caught on camera. the crime that happened just before this fiery ending.
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>> from our sister station cbs2 in new york with the latest. >> i always talk about what a job great job is. there is nothing worse than a day like today. >> commissioner james o'neil reflecting sadly on day one every his sergeants is killed, another is in the hospital, with a gunshot wounds to the leg. a tragedy that began with those sergeants responding to a call of a robbery on beech avenue in the bronx at the home of the suspect's estranged wife. >> 2:45 p.m., female calls 911, state ago male armed with a gun has broken into her apartment. >> as sergeant paul, and emanuel approached the scene, they found the suspect, 35 year old manuel roseles half mile away from the original robbery in a red suv. that's where the deadly shoot-out began with roseles firing first. >> police returned fire, striking the suspect. during the exchange of gunfire, two uniform sergeants
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were shot. the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. >> shows special crime scene detectives swarming the area, from feet away on the ground, we could see officers using flashlights, to search every inch of pavement where one of their colleagues was shot in the head and killed. the scene, shocking to neighbors. >> just scar. >> i this has got to stop. a lot of parent, a lot losing the good people. >> and sickening to leaders, who say the city has lost a brave man, a 19 year veteran of the nypd, a wonderful husband, and father of two. >> lost, very good man, devoted man, a man who committed his life to protecting all of us. and we will support that family. >> preliminary investigation indicates roseles had been arrested 15 times retiring to the shooting on friday.
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>> surveillance video captures unbelievable video of car slamming into a gas pump annex providing and this all happened after a long police chase. take a look. this was in brooklyn new york, the car can be seen crashing through the pump before slamming into another car. moment later, an officer pulls up, and the driver charges at him before getting arrested. police say that driver had led them on a 20-mile chase. they say he is expected in a fatal stabbing of his wife. well, a rooster on the loose has people at their wits ends in one pittsburgh neighborhood. the rooster starts waking people up who lives along while i avenue. has allude dollars capture for some time now, many are fed up about it, they say the feather alarm clock is a nuisance. >> 3:30, 4:00 in the morning. >> really? >> yes, starts controlling. >> the owner of the rooster is unclear. but the owner of the property it frequents has been ordered to get rid of it, a rooster rescuer from missouri recently told a judge he'll come and
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catch it and take it back to his sanctuary. 3:30, 4:00 kinds of late for us, justin, we would be missing little time at work. >> exactly, i'm off way before. that will hopefully he's following the clock and get the extra hour of sleep. make sure to turn the clocks one hour before you go to bed, daylight saving time. but setting the clock before 5:00 tomorrow evening. it will get darker a lot earlier. but chill think morning. waking up temperatures around freezing in suburbs, cool air back, really settling in. check in from the weather watchers, south into delaware at this hour, look at the freezing right now newark delaware clear skies, dolores lee's house, we have the calm winds, left the colder air really settled in at the surface, going here to philadelphia, northeast, john antoine ellie checking in at 38 degrees, also, got some clear skies,. >> charles up in bath bath, milder 41 degrees, with mostly clear conditions. we have been talking about the fall foliage looking great around philadelphia, and
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surrounding suburbs, pretty much peaking right now, here in philadelphia. here's some shots, for phil here in the city, some good colors coming in on these maples, look at that, nice yellow, red there, even through cherry hill, new jersey, lynn has good shot here. parts of south jersey not quite in keep just yet as well as delaware, give it few more days, but excellent conditions to check out the color. up north, to the lehigh valley, live look at bethlehem. hotel bethlehem, looking south on main street, all is quiet, up in the christmas city at this hour. but should be nice afternoon, all across the delaware valley, lehigh valley, no issues, poconos are in good shape. we have meteor shower going on, the past couple of weeks, but this weekend the pretty much reached the peak early this morning. you don't see whole lot. about five to ten meteors per hour, best viewing around midnight or so. but known for fireballs. we have the clear skies again tonight. so even though we're past peak for the meteor shower, may see few meteors, possibly fireball
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coming in tonight across the region. clear skies over us right now, maybe few clouds up in the poconos, snow showers in maine, disturbance across new england, nothing but sunshine dominating the region throughout the entire weekend. winds have calmed down compared to yesterday morning, generally less than 10 miles per hour through the day to today. comfortable afternoon. west wind it, helps warm it up. coming across the land. more of northwest breeze tomorrow. still nice though. temperatures right where they should be for this time of year. here is the fall fowl able map. the poconos up north, already passed peak. a lot of leaves even starting to drop off the trees. areas in red here, basically, south of the lehigh valley into the city, at peak right now, close to peak here in south jersey, the shore, and in northern and central delaware. high pressure dominating our weather map across the mid-atlantic for the next several days, that locks us into dry pattern. temperatures right around 60 degrees today, low 60s tomorrow. back to 60s monday, slightly cooler than average. but dry, a lot of sunshine,
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then warm up little built for election day, today though mostly sunny conditions through the afternoon, if you have evening plans, across the city or the region, looking pretty good. quiet, little chilly. wear the jacket. and then, tomorrow, afternoon, kind of the same deal. mostly sunny conditions. pretty good rebounds today though. in the low 30's some spot, this morning. up to about 60 degrees for most locations today. and then tonight, not quite as cold. generally upper 40's, for the city, lower 40's out in the suburbs tomorrow morning. then, similar numbers sunday, maybe even couple of degrees warmer. mostly sunny skies, seasonable, 606 degrees for the high temperature, tonight on the chilly side, few clouds, 47 for the city, low 40's in the suburbs, mention warmer temperatures for reelection day, we go above average. 64 degrees, can't blame the weather for not going out to vote. no issues there. look at this forecast, if you like sun, you like the next seven days, lots of it, more clouds maybe return on wednesday. little weak disturbance comes through, but leading to up that, look at that, comfortable temperatures, up
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ear's, to low six 60s. and it is cool at night. but nothing terribly cold. maybe low 40's, for the city, some 30's in the suburbs, but nothing too harsh, and no big storms to talk about. all the way through next friday. comfortable temperatures, just classic early to mid november forecast, so enjoy it. >> sounds good. and you mentioned the beautiful colors, leaves out there right now, got to take advantage of that. but fall of course is the most beautiful time for those leaves. but for many dealing with the fall leaves can be big headache. it is a chore you can't ignore, in this week's angie list report, jim donovan takes a look at some of the ways to tackle those leaves. >> if your yard has lots of trees, and fall can be a back breaking time. raking leaves is strenuous work, but it is important to keep your lawn russian healthy, too. >> they should be removed once they accumulate on to the turf to where they are choking out the turf and blocking the sunlight. it will thin out the grass, cause issues long-term. >> mold in particular is one problem, with letting leaves
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collect. there are alternatives to raking them of course. you can mulch them back into your lawn, but you will need to stay on top of it, as they continue to fall. >> using a mulch mower to clear your leaves easier than using a rake, help the leaves de compose quickerment be sure you do this though before the leaves become too thick or when they're wet. >> many people hire help for this time consuming task. most pros will rake, blow, vacuum leaves away, depending on the layout of your yard. they may also chop up the leaves and leave them for to you use in your garden, or to add to a compose pile. compose leaves are a great source of plan food which you can use in the spring time, but just spreading it around your shrubs and garden. for "3 on your side", i'm jim donovan. >> sure are pretty on the trees but we have to get them up, they can be a headache. well, he was the face of cbs news for nearly 20 years. walter cronkite would have turned 100 years old this week. still ahead: a look back at his life and legendary career.
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>> walter concrete was a fixture american homes, looking back at his career and legacy. >> we may or may not bewaring a pair of shoes. it will be up to you. i personally don't wear one. so -- >> well, no sense in my going out in that jungle if you're not going to be down there with me. >> known as the most trusted man in america, walter concrete was the country's original anchorman. >> this is walter cronkite speaking to you from cbs. >> his anchor chair began whether cbs news man edward r
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mirror hired cronkite in 19 ooh. he was assigned to the washington bureau. >> the department of labor -- >> in 1962, he took over the cbs evening news. >> good evening from our cbs news room in new york. >> he anchored that broadcast right here, taking the show out of a studio, and into a real working news room. a year later, he shared the nation's grief when he delivered the news of president kennedy's assassination. >> here a bulletin from cbs news. from dallas texas the flash apparently official president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time. 2:00 eastern standard time. >> i am walter cronkite. >> was the nightly fixtures in american homes for nearly two decades. he cemented his legacy during the viet nam war. >> we've been too often disappointed by the optimism of the american leaders. >> in a editorial, he called on the government to negotiate an end to the war which he described as a stalemate.
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>> increasingly clear to this reporter that the only rational way out will be through negotiating, not as victims. but as an honor recall people who lived up to their pledge -- >> president johnson reportedly said if i have lost cronkite, i've lost middle america. >> and i will not except -- >> announced woe not seek re-election watch ward. >> this is my last broadcast as the anchorman of the cbs evening news. >> cronkite handed over the anchor chair to dan rat nerve 1981 with his final signature sign off. >> and that's the way it is friday march 6, 1981. >> he continued reporting as a special correspondent for c. bs where his colleagues described him as the spine of the network and a giant of journalism. to the public, he was simply uncle water. kenneth craig, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and still ahead on "eyewitness news": can't get to the polls on election day? well, national car sharing
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company is offering free cars. how you can take advantage of the program. >> and the connection between a skin condition, a and a degenerative brain disorder. how it could help researchers finds treatment for both.
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pwhen i come home and dinner'sry not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10.
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do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message.
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>> 6 million gallons of water flood this parking lot after a massive water main break. i'm anita o, in east falls, next, why customers say they're so frustrated, and what city officials are planning to do about it. the presidential candidates are making final push for votes. counting on their bases, for help. i'm weijia jiang at the white house, with the latest coming up. and, day five of the septa strike. we'll tell you where the negotiations stands this weekend. good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. just a great fall weekend ahead for the delaware valley. meteorologist, justin drabick out there on the cbs-3 skydeck right now with eyewitness weather. justin, good morning, still chilly out there? >> it is chilly, yes. talking typical early november weather, in the morning, cold, afternoon, very pleasant with temperatures pretty much where they should be this time of year. big difference compared to yesterday, this morning, waking up with temperatures in some areas near freezing, the reason is the winds have really calm down, that allows the cold air to settle in to
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the surface, at the airport, at 41, but get outside, or the philadelphia area, and we're pretty cold. thirty-three up in allentown, in trenton, reading at this hour, millville still below freezing this hour. quakertown, was at 28 degrees. warming up little bit, now for 39. thirty-seven in pottstown, 40 in palmyra, new jersey, winds speeds are generally about 5 miles per hour, the wind direction out of the west. wind will be coming across the land today. that will help the temperature warm up little bit. you can see, pretty quiet on storm scan3, a lot of clear skies, so see decent amount of sunshine today. chilly start, 30's, 40's, seeing plenty of sun for the afternoon, bridges pleasant temperatures back in here, 50's, to about 60 degrees for the high for philadelphia, that's right on average for this time of year. don't forget tonight, turn your clocks back, one hour before going to bed. tomorrow, daylight saving time, comes to end. high temperature up around 62 degrees, couple of degrees above averagement warms up little more for election day. talk about that forecast coming up in just a few more
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minutes in eyewitness weather. jan, we send it back to you. >> looks good, justin, thank you. clean up job is now underway, after a water main break in east falls. millions of gallons flooded the parking lot, damaging cars, and businesses, in that shopping center there. and, it has happened here before. "eyewitness news" reporter, anita oh, there at the scene this morning, very muddy one, isn't it, at anita? >> well, good morning, jan, much of the water has thankfully receded today. but it was a much different picture yesterday, take a look, you can still see, there are pools of water here after six to 7 million-gallon of water flooded this parking lot yesterday after that 48-inch water main broke yesterday. now, check out that scene, cars were underwater, crews rescued more than 16 people with rafts. it was very chaotic as you can imagine, many shoppers say what should have been a quick five minute trip to the store, ended up being a hours long event, as they had to wade through waist deep water, and get their cars out of the mud. that's after one of four,
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48-inch water mains underground, again, as i mentioned, burst open. there are more than 100 years old. but, more frustrating than the damage, customers, the fact that this is the third water main break here in the past three years. >> they put a band aid on the problem. they are not fixing the problem. >> open the door. water just gushing through from both sides. >> again, as you can see, much the water has receded at this point. clean up is underway. but part of this parking lot is still blocked off. we do see some crews out here this morning getting ready to go back to work. and water commissioner, debra mccarthy, says she understands people's frustrations. they do have a plan in place to replace all of this water main underground, but that will take a lot of time, a lot of money, they estimate it, will likely cost millions of dollars. that's the latest here in east falls, anita oh, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> a loft mess, thank you, and eat a the final push to
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election day. hillary clinton will be in philadelphia with katy perry this evening for the love trump hate concert series. meanwhile, donald trump will hold a rally outside pittsburgh tomorrow. weijia jiang with the latest from the white house. >> jay-z and his wife beyonce helped voters in cleveland friday night. >> we have un finish business to do, more barriers to break. >> and with your help a glass sealing to crash once and for all. >> both candidates used their final friday before reelection day to focus on their bases. clinton energized minorities and women in big cities like pittsburgh, and detroit, while trump visited small town america with symptoms in atkinson, ohio, and cher she, pennsylvania. >> i didn't have to bring j-lo or jay-z, the only way she gets anybody.
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here all by myself. >> as the race moves into it final hours, new national pole gives clinton a two-point lead when you factor in third party candidate. and, among the 13 battle ground states. that will decide the election, clinton leads in pennsylvania, wisconsin, michigan, and virginia. but, other states vital to victory are now neck and neck. they include florida, north carolina, and colorado. trump has a lead in ohio. as the clock particulars down, candidates are taking nothing for granted. >> i'm asking you to dream big. >> you can make the difference. >> both will cover thousands of miles this weekend, in their final push for vote. weijia jiang, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". need a ride to the polls? well, zip cars offering its members free access to more than 7,000 carson election night. the car sharing company says it wants to encourage people to cast their votes. the offer runs from six p.m. to 10:00 p.m., you can sign up on zipcar's website or its
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app. we won't know until monday on whether a judge will order an end to the septa strike. the judge will hear additional testimony on monday, septa want to force employees back to work, saying the strike threatens public safety and the right to vote in tubing's election and the union is fighting it. >> job one to settle the strike, as importantly is our passengers, not going to lie down while we can't resolve this strike and just watch our passengers suffer. >> we recognize that strikes are inconvenient, but that's not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant an injunction against striking employees. >> this strike is now in its fifth day. the main sticking points include pension, healthcare costs, and work rules. >> ride sharing is now legal. governor wolf signed a bill on friday, giving permanent authorization to uber, lyft, other ride sharing services here in philadelphia, and across pennsylvania. the new bill protect riders by requiring thorough backgrounds checks for drivers.
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ride sharing companies operating in philadelphia had been doing so illegally until today's bill signing. two thirds of the tax revenue from rides in philadelphia will go to city schools. >> and happening today, runners run in purpose toll help pancreatic cancer. purple stride philadelphia 5k walk and run takes place in fairmount park. it starts at 8:00 this morning. the run and walk supports pancreatic cancer action network which raises money and awareness for pancreatic cancer research. and, intriguing link between a common skin condition, and parkinson's disease, could lead to better treatment for both. health reporter stephanie stahl has more on this new research, in today's cbs-3 health watch. >> rosacia a common skin condition that causes redness, bumps, now the unexpected link between it and a degenerative brain disease. >> people had rosacia, parkinson's, about 1.7 times as often as people who do not have rose asia, when they got
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parkin son's got it two and a half years earlier. >> study comes from denmark, entire adult population from 1997 to 2011. >> did i not expect this to result. >> parkinson's movement disorder caused by lack of certain brain chemicals. people have stiffness and slowness and tremors. inflammation linked to parkinson's is also found with rosacia. >> always understand rosacia too much inflammation. issue of parkinson, just more understood recently. >> the inflammation is caused by increased amount of a protein in the body. researchers are hoping they're able to at their protein to find better treatment. >> if anything it opens up another avenue for treatment, inflammation, some of these underlying proteins, that at least gives us something else to look at. >> people with form every rosacia affect the eyes diagnosed with parkinson's twice as often. the researchers also found that those taking tetra psych clean, antibiotic, sometimes prescribe as a rosacia treatment, had a slightly lower risk for parkinson's. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3,
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"eyewitness news". still ahead on "eyewitness news": trip down memory lane. from the first ever talking doll to all of the great toys you remember from your childhood, on display at a local museum. one feature that ties all of them together. >> also, ahead, a new superhero movie in theatres. benedict takes on the role of doctor strange. we'll hear from him. and, fall-like wet they are weekends, justin also back with your forecast for election day.
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>> samsung recalling top loading washing machines in the u.s., follows injuries caused by top of the emergency, detached during use. owners should check with samsung to see if their washer is involved. the south korean company offering repairs, refunds, rebates, the latest blow to samsung after recalling its galaxy note. report of overheating and fires. a new exhibit takes us back in time. more than 100 classic toys are now on display at the new jersey state museum in trenton. "eyewitness news" reporter vittoria woodill takes us there. >> everyone has a memory after favorite toy. tell us about yours. >> new toy exhibit at the new jersey state museum, called toy world. where there are over 100
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classic toys on display 1980 to 1960. >> many people know stories of new jersey, but might not know national center of toy making, 1950, only four states made more toys than the garden state. >> all of the toys are new jersey made. >> talks about new jersey toy innovation. things like flexible flyers, many of us remember from our childhood, a sled that actually steers. >> with 200 coming from ooh new jersey companies, and there are some very famous in the mix. >> thomas edison was a toy maker, who knew, but thomas edison in the late 19 century had the idea of making a doll talk. so he shrunk down his phonograph, crow ate dollars miniature phonograph, put it inside a doll. >> oh, and you can take a seat back in time. >> you can watch 35 minute of commercials. >> when we were growing up must have been about
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chloroform. >> what's chloroform? >> like little plastic things. >> one thing that never changes. toys, sure do tell a story, about the time. >> all we're missing is patty play pal and tv dinner. >> there you go, that's right, yes, there you go. >> and the remote, ya, no, don't worry, i'll change the channel. >> vittoria woodill, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> a lot coming up on cbs this morning saturday. anthony mason and dana jacobson join us live from new york with a preview. good morning. >> good morning, jan, getting very nastolgic, i had tv dinners and played with chloroforms. >> and apple pie, always the best. >> interesting little nugget. >> all right, we'll tell you what's coming up. for the days headlines, plus could their luck finally be running out? we'll tell you why the pot is getting smaller for casinos here in the u.s. >> the man hoo is back home
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after always being on the road. we grab a bite, seafood promised and drink with chef author in his new york neighborhood. >> and, the last of the bg's goes it alone on his new recording. we talk with barry gibb about his first solo albumn in decades, and he'll perform in our saturday session. all ahead on cbs this morning, saturday. >> thank you, guys, looking forward to it, as always. >> well, the search is on for family that may be connected to some world war ii era letters. they were discovered in a medford home, and given to dillon. trying to find relatives of whom tom hazel tone who lived in the navy. from his wife eleanor who lived in audubon, his father, who lives in collingswood. >> clearly been a few years, since they've seen each other. because he's in the navy. out in the pacific. she's obviously here in audubon. sad, but kind of what gives you a glimpse of what
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everybody went through during that time. >> the letters are only addressed to thomas hazleton. there are no replies. philadelphia is getting ready for it second annual veterans parade. it starts tomorrow at noon, at 16th and jfk boulevard, ends at independence mall. last year, about 175 groups registered to take part in the parade. it was a first of the city at the time. this year, organizers have added a festival that will include food, entertainment, even beer garden, the festival on independence mall runs from 12:30 to 4:30. got to get out there. good weather, right, justin? >> great conditions for parade. or just doing anything, keg it out. some evident fell foliage, raking leaves, ideal fall weather coming at us today, tomorrow, next seven days, wait until you see the seven day forecast, locked into pretty nice wet he weather pattern. not quite as cold as what we're dealing w down around freeze nag lot of spots. so we check in with some of the backyards, from our weather watchers from their
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weather stations, he had ned chesterfield sitting at freezing at this hour. here in philadelphia, look at that, 33, fill chap line north philadelphia. mt. laurel, new jersey, carry at 33, 29 degrees up in person see, upper 30's, in willingboro, kenneth martin, cherry hill, now, this is interesting, really depend where you are, if you get locked from any wind, temperatures drop off. thirty-three in cherry hill, and 37 degrees. few photos to show you, this is actually the photo, last night, early this morning, trying to find s meteor showers, didn't see any, but got the consolation of ryan there. stars tough to see, average five to ten per hour, peak early this morning, also known for fireballs, and you can maybe check it out again tonight. really the next few days, still will be around. here is a good shot from ed connor, fall color we're dealing, with beautiful aerial shot of washington crossing, the color of trees as we move into peak conditions for that fall color around philadelphia and surrounding suburbs.
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we take you to the neighborhood network, we take you down actually no skip that, go to our sunrise >> tomorrow morning, so the sun's coming up at 6:26, sunday morning, so hour earlier, we got the extra hour of sleep tonight. make sure to turn your clocks back one hour, by the end of the year, december 31, we're rising again around 7:22. so, as of now, losing about two minutes of daylight, each day, as we head through the winter solsus, this number actually came down two and a half minutes, does that, as you get closer to the first day of winter, lose less amount of daylight each day, will get dark early before 5:00 starting tomorrow. 11 degrees colder this morning, in philadelphia, compared to 24 hours ago, 21 in millville. so we have chilly air in place, jet stream took dive, southward past 24 hours, cool
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pocket of air moving into new england, warmth, pretty much to our south and west casino every inbetween, so this is really where we should be for this time of year. temperatures right around 06 degrees today. >> overall average where we should be this time of year. quiet on storm scan3, high pressure dominating our weather pattern, that blocks any big storms from developing, so moving back into the dry stretch, we could use some more rain. a lot of areas still dry. specially north and east not much happening for the next 24 hours, little weak cold front, try to come through tonight, bringing few clouds. back at it with mostly sunny skies, and big area every high pressure just situated over the eastern half of the united states, no threat, of any rain, any time soon. temperatures today, up around 06 degrees mark, maybe some low 60s, in the warmest spots, even up into the lehigh valley, temperatures right around six off degrees, berks county, low to mid 60s in the poconos, low 60s for
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philadelphia, and similar conditions into south jersey and delaware. we have west winds today. that's coming across the land. so seasonable day today, sunny, 06 degrees tonight. still chilly, not quite as cold, 47 for the city little cooler in the suburbs, election day little warmer, weather not going to affect you from going out voting. we will be in the sunshine, 9:00 temperatures little chilly in the four's, by noontime, 06 degrees. slightly cooler monday, back to 64 on tuesday, and wednesday, really no signs of rain, jan, makes my life pretty easily it comes to forecasting wetter. >> i would say so, and no complaints here either. >> thank you, justin. accusation of stage live shot has abc news investigating one of its own producers. you can see here, in the photo, that police tape is tied to abc news equipment. but, when the segment aired live on good morning america, you couldn't tell where the tape ends. the story was about a kidnapping in south carolina.
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sources say abc news placed the tape therefore the purpose of the live shot. abc says the produce is her now out of field and that the doctor shot is completely unacceptable. >> switching gears at the movies this weekend, brilliant surgeon switches from science to sorcer i when faced with toughest case of his medical career in marvel's superhero film. suzanne marquez sat down with the stars of doctor strange. >> best time i thought we had. really now joining that universe. >> after the surgeon loses the use of his hands in a car accident, he desperately searches the worlds for a way to undo the damage. >> his journey leads him to
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nepal, where he meets mysterious woman known as the ancient one, played by tilled a. says director scott derrick son pitched her on different kind of superhero movie, about sorcerer's and magic. >> said we'll make this mega superhero movie that isn't about destruction, it is about creation, and that really got me. everything we want from marvel, but it is something really quite radical, and different. >> the oscar nominated cumberbatch does the complexity of doctor strange's character, drew him in. >> it was about what this character was going to be like, and it is such a human complex, brilliant character. >> doctor strange first appeared in marvel comics back in 1963. suzanne marquez, cbs news, los
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and criminalize women's right to choose. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood, "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment.
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priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> welcome back, fall sees son great time of year, but can also bring about surprising dangers for your pets. coming up tomorrow on the cbs-3 pet project, carol erickson, animal advocate, with the pennsylvania spca, will tell us about the hidden dangers, that's on "eyewitness news" this morning, and zero in our 7:00 hour. time now for a last look at the forecast, justin, looking good. >> nice and way quiet. craze which temperatures, now i think settling into just a november pattern. so temperatures today, little cold this morning, in the 30's, but on our way up to average temps high of 60 don't forget tonight turn the clocks back one hour before go to bed. daylight saving time comes to an end. get the extra hour of sleep, but then gets dark early tomorrow. sunset tomorrow coming in at 44:52, 60 for the high today, 62 tomorrow, in the sunshine, monday, slightly cooler, upper
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50's, election day looks good, lots of sunshine, back up into the mid 60s, keep it in the lower six off's through the end of next week, so no big signs of any storms, we could use little bit more rain. a lot of areas are dry. but if you have outdoor plans, great. i car that car wash weather. car wash, enjoy it. >> absolutely. >> and the best time of year for the early risers, one extra hour of sleep. >> specially on this shift. >> thank you, justin, that's it for cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now. may be signing off on t haven't, always on line at cbs this morning saturday is next. have a great weekend. in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids.
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